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Afghan elections: What do ordinary people want?

13 June 2014 Last updated at 12:07 BST

Afghans are going to the polls again on Saturday in the second round of their country's presidential election. They will be choosing a successor to President Hamid Karzai.

The new president will lead Afghanistan into a new era, as international troops prepare to leave the country at the end of this year.

BBC Persian's Kawoon Khamoosh went out on the streets of Kabul to ask people what they are hoping for from the poll.

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